Jennie Pollock

Jennie is a freelance writer and editor who loves digging deep into culture through reading, museums, theatre, and exploring the streets of London.


26 articles by Jennie

Guns and the price of freedom

Life

Guns and the price of freedom

As America reels after another mass shooting, and people around the world ask why they don't impose stricter gun laws, Jennie Pollock looks at why they don't, and how we're all really the same at heart.

The wanton act of reading in bed

Life

The wanton act of reading in bed

Community is hard. But have you ever noticed how the hardest things are often the most rewarding?

That lingering sense of guilt

Life

That lingering sense of guilt

Sin is dead. So why do we still feel so much guilt?

Who do you think you are?

Life

Who do you think you are?

Your sense of identity shapes how you act and how you view the world, so who do you think you are?

What’s it all for?

Faith

What’s it all for?

What is it with our obsession with progress? And why doesn't it seem to make things any better?

The truth that you hide

Life

The truth that you hide

When life is falling apart, what kind of hero do you need, and what might he ask of you in return?

More than just a life hack

Life

More than just a life hack

How are you doing with your New Year's Resolutions? Are they helping you achieve lasting fulfillment? If not, try this...

The crushing fear of inadequacy

Life

The crushing fear of inadequacy

Never going to be a CEO of anything. Never going to win an Oscar, a Booker, or a Nobel. Never going to matter. In a world that prizes excellence, what hope is there for the also-rans?

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